I Can’t Campaign for Mahama; I’m a Country Asset – Lil Win

Kumawood actor Kwadwo Nkansah, popularly known as Lil Win, has affirmed his decision to remain politically neutral despite receiving support from former President John Dramani Mahama. Mahama had gifted Lil Win a bus to aid the school he established, but the actor insists this gesture will not sway his political stance.

During an appearance on Oseikrom Kwanso with Mac De President, he emphasized his role as a national figure who transcends political affiliations.

“I can’t campaign for Mahama; I’m a country asset. I can’t do any campaign because I am a country asset. I love NPP, NDC, New Force—I love all the political parties. I can’t stand behind one. Any mother who stands behind one of your children brings dispute. As an actor, even if I am needy, I won’t do politics for NPP, NDC, or CPP because I am in the middle so that everyone is satisfied,” he explained.

He also revealed that Cheddar has promised to buy him a bus to support his school.

Lil Win’s latest movie, “A Country Called Ghana,” is set to premiere in Kumasi after its recent premiere in Accra. The venue is  KNUST CCB Auditorium on Saturday, May 25, 2024.

The premiere will commence with a red carpet at 6:00 p.m whilst the movie premiere itself is scheduled for 8:00 p.m. Standard tickets are priced at GHC200, while VIP tickets are available for GHC500.


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